The 1-Mile Terry Keefe Falls Trail In Arkansas Is Full Of Jaw-Dropping Natural Creeks And Bluffs
By Melanie Johnson|Published July 14, 2022
I am a nature lover and self-proclaimed foodie wrapped in one package. In my previous life, I was an Accountant, but numbers were boring and writing is the only thing that fuels my soul. So, I write because it's my freedom...it brings me joy. When I'm not writing dope articles for OnlyInYourState, I am writing and editing articles for my online blog on Medium.com. Or, when I get the chance, I am off on a trip with my family chasing waterfalls, or simply exploring the great outdoors. My mantra is to always find the best part of every day and bask in it.
Richland Creek Wilderness Area is a popular hiking destination with lots of breathtaking waterfalls. Most widely known include the Twin Falls, Fuzzy Butt Falls, and the Richland Falls. But have you heard of the Terry Keefe Falls? If not, take the 1.1-mile hike that is full of jaw-dropping bluffs, and you’ll be amazed at the end of the trek.
So, have you ever hiked the Terry Keefe Falls Trail? We’d love to hear your thoughts about the jaw-dropping natural bluffs and creeks along the way. The trail might be a bit challenging to find, so use this interactive map to pinpoint the exact location of it.
And while you’re in the Richland Creek Wilderness Area, be sure to check out the other breathtaking waterfalls nearby.
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